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Small Glass Wasp Bee Trap Beehive Style

Small Glass Wasp Bee Trap Beehive Style

Regular price $21.95 USD
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With this small colorful glass wasp trap you can catch a large number of bees.

Just remove the cork and add lemonade or sugar water, replace cork and hang from a branch and watch the bees go in and not be able to escape.

Keep your outdoor gatherings wasp free with the glass wasp trap.

Easy to clean out.

MEASUREMENTS: 3.5" [at the widest part] x 5.5" Ht.

Materials

Polyresin

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Care Instructions

Wipe with a damp cloth

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